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one is still called today. east jerusalem was then part of jordan, and it contained the jews' holiest sites, including their ancient temple, destroyed by the romans. once the temple was destroyed, all that remained was the western wall. this place is important for the jewish people worldwide. ross: this is what people prayed to ever since the second temple was destroyed, ever since the jewish people were dispersed. narrator: but because they were in jordanian east jerusalem, the site was off limits to jews until 1967. that year, israel defeated threatening arab armies in the six-day war and gained control over more territory. from syria they took the golan heights. from egypt they captured the sinai peninsula and the gaza strip. from jordan they occupied the west bank of the jordan river, including the rest of jerusalem. ross: after the six-day war, after the victory in '67, with the unification of jerusalem, one of the very first things done by a labor-led government was to make it clear that jerusalem would never be divided again. narrator: israel had moved its capital to jerusalem
there was an attack in jordan and one of the targets in that attack was the us embassy. but we know that a large number of the people who are fighters who went he to iraq to fight and kill americans and iraqis were from libya and east of benghazi in that region. do we know, are they living in libya now or did they purposely come to libya? >> it is possible, we don't know. it is possible that they went home and it fits in from what they are hearing. that this was a group of loosely banded people. and they will pick up on that through phone calls and social media conversations and it is possible that they went home and got together and found out september 11th and here is an opportunity for us let's go do it. >> what do you make of the fact that it is libyans with the experience in iraq? >> i had gone to libya and met with ghadafi at the time. it was one of our chief concerns. we were approaching them to say to them. we were concerned about the pipeline. the fear he there, is not only at the time are you allowing the people to travel into the war zone, but you worry about the bleedoff that after t
million. cole haan may be next to go, so nike can focus on jordan, converse and hurley. still to come, what's going to take "flight" at the oscars this season? that's later in "movies and money." but first, sending out multiple college applications? it's frustrating. find out how to deal. that's next with bill moller. any parent, any student who's gone through the process of applying for college knows it is fraught with baffling complexity, pitfalls and seeming utter randomness as to who gets in. application pain it is. as a parent, a university professor of finance and onetime university administrator, john binder took his experience & insider knowledge and has written a terrific satirical novel about the college applications & admissions process, "the girl who applied everywhere," about sarah, who applies to 101 colleges & gets into 99 of them - not because she's an outstanding student, but simply because of the novelty of her mass application strategy. so tell me john, what is so striking about this whole process - well, you don't have to tell me; i'm a parent, i know. what prompte
's not insurmountable. >> reporter: the police chief howard jordan says he is deploying a new strategy in january to fight crime. he plans to put more officers out on the streets from thursday to sunday between 2 p.m. and 10 p.m. >> putting sufficient officers on the streets during those peak times and those peak days. >> reporter: in oakland, i'm da lin. cbs 5. >> by the way, those promoted officers will still be on patrol. and the city will have another 50 graduating from the police academy in about five months. >>> other bay area headlines, a plane crushed and killed a worker at the -- a crane crushed and killed a worker at the port of oakland today. the man was 200 feet in the air inspecting a crane when he got between a moving trolley and metal framework. a second worker on the crane wasn't hurt. this is the first serious accident in the port in five years. >>> two schools in hayward were on lockdown while police searched for two suspects who took off after a high-speed chase. this all happened near south gate and holly hill after reports of a robbery and witnesses seeing a man with a gun. p
conduct of last year's clash of protesters. jordan is recommending discipline their action against 44 police officers. economist stay the numbers this morning from the labor department indicate modest hiring. in the last hour in a half, the government announced first time jobless claims fell by 23,000 last week. that puts the number at 369,000. >>> san francisco police are warning giants fans against buying tickers from scalpers. it's illegal but plenty of fans appear willing to take the chance. season buyers say if you do take the risk, make sure the scalper escort you. they say you can get the best price by waiting until game time or even right after the game starts because prices do drop. you can track all the world series coverage from work at home, or our website ktvu.com. you can find the world series tab on your front page. >>> that leads us right to sal. he's focused on our commute because it's getting busy in the east bay. >> yes it is. right now dave and pam, westbound 80, westbound 24, the bay bridge toll plaza, everything is becoming a lot more crowded now as you try get
, i know you don't know who martel webster is. he comes over from portland. jordan crawford to martel. guess who won the game in kansas city? the wizards win in kansas city and they're 3-4 on the pre- season. get excited for your washington wizards. next week. let's go back over to sarah and tucker. tucker. kung fu panda. >> ' excite about that. >> he loves the panda. >> maybe you can get excited about this. >> a legendary name in music going to be part of fox 5 morning news today. roberta flack is in town for a series of shows. roberta is sitting down with our allison seymour. you can see that interview this morning in our 9:00 hour. something to be excited about. >> i'm excited. >> i can't name of the players right now but i'm excited about the wizards. forecast looks good. yesterday we tied a record at reagan national. 84degrees. won't be that warm today. it will be a little cooler. tle let's get started with a look at your forecast. we have a lot to talk about. starting to get lots of questions about what is going to happen at the end of the weekend. >> hurricane sandy. >> sandy.
too because if you remember over the weekend there was an attack in amman, jordan which they believe al qaeda in iraq was responsible for that. one of the targets in that attack was the u.s. embassy. >> would that -- again, i don't want to say what we don't know. but we know that a large number of the people who -- foreigner fighters who went to iraq to fight and kill americans and iraqis were from libya, particularly eastern libya, east of benghazi and that region. are those people who just returned home -- people involved in this attack, do we know have they just returned home and are now living in libya with this foreign terrorist experience or did they purposely come to libya for this attack? we don't know. >> it's very possible -- we don't know, but it's very possible they went home, and it kind of fits in with what we're hearing from intelligence officials, that they believe this was kind of a group of loosely band people with different loyalties and different affiliations. you know, sometimes your cousin may be a member of al qaeda in iraq, for example, and they'll pick up on
this evening hosted by the ambassador of jordan, looking forward to that, and also, an early start tomorrow morning. u.s. views from ambassador jim smith followed by the arab-u.s. relations' view from the league of arab states which has a brand new ambassador here in washington, and then, of course, the palestinian future focusing on that as well as the gtc countries in yemen and the what has been done in terms of the department of state and others trying to double u.s. exports internationally and globally, but with special reference to the arab world. on top of business finance, human resource development, and iran, features here in the afternoon as well as does the view the of the u.s.-arab relationship from the arab media. i thank all of you for being here today. see you this evening and tomorrow. >> thank you. [applause] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> downsizing, watching it live, one of 10,000 homes they are trying to get done in the next four years over the course of the four years of may your being termed, these are houses never comin
, syrian/turkish border -- it's become not just for jordan or for israel or for iraq, it is real threat for regional security, and it might be one day like maybe afghanistan or yemen. it might even american interests. so we are not just blaming united states just because we are friends. it is real. i was there for maybe three times for the, you know, syrian/turkish border, and you can't imagine how much it's becoming a regional threat for the security region. the second thing i think united states has one responsibility. you're always talking about human rightses, supporting democracy, supporting kids' rights and women's rights. what about the syrians? now, i really was crying when i was seeing there are kids who didn't go to their schools for two years. and might be some of them, they might be terrorists. so my last comment is what is the -- [inaudible] if you are just going to stay in washington, -- [inaudible] i'm sure those will not be good news for united states. >> i think one of the things that we haven't heard at all here and yet should be uppermost in our minds is what went wro
worker in south los angeles. with gang infested housing projects that are now almost mythic, jordan downs and nickerson gardens, and i worked in these projects during what is referred to as the decade of death, when crack and unregulated gun availability laid waste to communities of color. in los angeles during the late 1980's and early 1990's, there were 1000 homicides per year in the city of los angeles, not the county, the city. now, we have between 203 hundred homicides per year. people talk about the gang problem having been addressed. i want to share with you, what i experienced, what i have learned, i am not a typical academic. i will not quote statistics to you or talk about theories. i will talk with you about practicality. pragmatic approaches, and i will talk about reality. san francisco, like los angeles learned, will never saw or deal with its gang problems effectively unless there is true collaboration. i will talk to you about what this looks like and feels like. i will speak to you about the lessons that we have learned as law enforcement had to come off of the high perch,
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